american league. the last player to complete that trifecta was bosn red sox hall of famer, carl yastremski, back in 1967. in fact, only 15 players have done it, including the likes of lou gehrig, ted williams and mickey mantle. now, the newest triple crown winner, and his detroit teammates, head into postseason play, against oakland, on saturday. the playoffs officially begin tomorrow, with a new format that includes two single-game showdowns between wild card teams. sports columnist drew sharp of the detroit free press has watched miguel cabrera's markle season up close. he joins us now. so, drew, how significant is this and why is it so hard to do? >> it's hard to do because it's a hard game in baseball and you have to have a lot of good luck in your favor to led the league in home runs, r.b.i. and average as well.